Foreign Press Complain Of ‘Intimidation’ By Israel During Gaza War

Grappling with a shrinking budget and limited manpower, the EPA pursues criminal charges in “fewer than one-half of one percent” of total legal violations.

How MH17 Affects The Calculus On Aiding Syria’s Rebels
How MH17 Affects The Calculus On Aiding Syria’s Rebels
Now here’s a scary news mash-up: What if Putin were Obama and separatists in Ukraine were US-backed rebels in Syria? With the downed Malaysia airliner, we may have just caught a glimpse of a worst-case scenario.
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    Conn. State’s Attorney Refuses Warrant For Assualt And Evidence Fabrication By Police Officer
    Conn. State’s Attorney Refuses Warrant For Assualt And Evidence Fabrication By Police Officer
    The incident in Connecticut is yet another example of police around the country using unnecessary and excessive force in the course of making arrests.
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      Eric Garner’s Death Prompts Cop-Public Clash On Policing Tactics
      Eric Garner’s Death Prompts Cop-Public Clash On Policing Tactics
      The NYPD’s police commissioner and Internal Affairs Division both admit to “wrongdoing” in Garner’s arrest, but Internet users aren’t so sure.
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        Marijuana Legalization To Be On The Ballot In A Maine City And Oregon
        Marijuana Legalization To Be On The Ballot In A Maine City And Oregon
        Come November, Alaska, Oregon, and South Portland, Maine, voters will decide whether to legalize marijuana for adults.
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          Is The EPA Doing Enough To Stop Corporate Polluters?
          Is The EPA Doing Enough To Stop Corporate Polluters?
          Due to “the reality of budget cuts and staffing reductions,” the EPA has had to make hard choices, including the choice to only pursue “high impact cases.”
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            States That Slashed Their Prison Populations Have Seen Disproportionate Drops In Crime, Too
            States That Slashed Their Prison Populations Have Seen Disproportionate Drops In Crime, Too
            Crime rate go down at a higher rate than the national average, according to a new report from the Sentencing Project.
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